Net Zero Mining

Electromobility for high tonnage transportation vehicles and mining trucks, with cost and emissions reduction.

We are your partner for the electrification of mine dumpers and mining equipment.

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We get your zero-emissions strategy moving

Product Benefits

Retrofitting to Zero (RTZ) is a Swiss solution provider for the electrification of mining dumpers. We ensure efficiency, the use of renewable energy and rely on the principles of circular economy. The goal: net zero in mining.


Transportation costs account for an average of 45% of total mining costs. By eliminating fuel we reduce variable costs and emissions.


The electric motors provide unprecedented efficiency. On downhill gradients, the dumpers recover braking energy thanks to recuperation.


The linear torque of the electric motors provides unprecedented performance. The dumpers thus defy any slope.

Mission: 0 emissions. We want to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the mining industry. Net zero is the order of the day and electrification is the key solution without compromise.



Sustainable Impact

There's no doubt about it: the electrification of dumpers solves many challenges in the mining business.

Cost Savings

Electrification saves up to 1'600'000 litres of diesel per year per 300-tonne vehicle.

Longer Lifetime

The driveline has a longer service life than that of diesel vehicles.

Noise Reduction

The low-noise vehicles also reduce the stress levels of employees.

Lower Emissions

The mine dumpers do not emit any local pollutants.

Local Training

We develop local know-how in Chile and train local technicians.

Strong Reputation

Our electric dumpers contribute to the positive reputation of your operations.

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Get to know us and the potential of electric dumper conversions from RTZ.

We ensure savings: not only in emissions

When transport costs account for 45% of the total costs in mining, it is clear that electrification is starting in the right place.

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